Girl Against Fluoride Protest – Ireland

Sunday World
July 11, 2013

Anti-fluoride campaigner Aisling Fitzgibbon, left, with models

SHE normally gets hot under the collar about water.

But self-styled ‘Girl Against Fluroide’ Aisling Fitzgibbon was splashing it all over to cool down at this photocall.

Aisling is heading a campaign to have fluoride removed from the Irish water supply because she says it is a health risk.

It has been automatically added to the mains supply for years to tackle tooth decay.


[hat tip: Fluoridation Free Ottawa]


MUST SEE — look at what falls from chemtrails — Co. Longford, Ireland

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July 8, 2013


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VIDEO — Irish Patriot Calls Out Obama’s hypocrisy on Ireland and Syria

Syrian Girl
June 20, 2013

An inspiring woman ! Lioness Clare Daly accuses parliament of pimping out her nation like prostitutes for Obama. She accuses Obama of absolute hypocrisy calling for peace in northern Ireland but not in Syria . The Collaborator who answers her questions shows an affinity to other cockroaches and collaborators around the world, such as his counter parts in Syria.

VIDEO — The Fight Against Fluoride in Ireland Update

We Are Change
June 26, 2013

WeAreChange randomly reunites with Walter Graham, an activist and campaigner against water fluoridation. Walter and many others have had a successful victory banning water fluoridation in Northern Ireland and now are fighting to ban it in the Republic of Ireland.

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Netherlands to abolish blasphemy law

AFP Photo / Stan Honda

AFP Photo / Stan Honda

Russia Today
November 30, 2012

Dutch parliament approves a motion to scrap law that made insulting God a crime. The move is welcomed by freedom of speech supporters and confirms anti-Islamists’ right to criticize religion.

The blasphemy law is no longer relevant in the 21st century, a majority of Dutch parties stated. This law has not been in use for more than half a century, Dutch MPs added.

Liberal parties’ predominance in the current Dutch parliament has made the repeal of the 1930s law possible, with the same motion blocked by Christian political party’s allies back in 2008.

The issue was brought to the attention of the parliament following the 2011 Geert Wilders case.

Wilders, a far-right anti-Islam MP, was acquitted after facing trial on charges of inciting hatred and discriminations against Muslims. The judge ruled Wilders’ comparisons of Islam to fascism “acceptable,” allowing further criticism despite it insulting Muslims.

The blasphemy law abolition was welcomed by freedom rights activists across the globe as a victory.However the decision was dubbed as a “painful loss of a moral anchor and a symptom of a spiritual crisis” by Dutch Christian SGP party, media reported.

It is still illegal to insult police officers or the country’s monarch under the Dutch law.

Many European countries still have blasphemy laws restricting freedom of expression, rights activists say. Others have replaced such laws with more general legislation criminalizing religious hatred.

The UK has annulled its blasphemy law, replacing it with the Racial and Religious Hatred Act in 2007. The new law implies a prison term of up to seven years and an unlimited fine for the intention of stirring up religious hatred.

Ireland stood out by introducing a new blasphemy law in 2010, instead of abolishing it. The recent Irish Defamation Act makes “publication or utterance of blasphemous matter” punishable by a fine of up to €25,000.

Although such laws have not been invoked for decades in most of Europe, there remain some countries where charges on grounds of religious hatred have often been exercised.

In Poland causing offense to religious feelings is considered a crime, even though there is no separate blasphemy law as such. Several cases of people charged with violating the Polish criminal code for religious offence have attracted media attention over the last decade.

In 2008 a Finnish court sentenced the far right activist Seppo Lehto, to two years and fourth months in jail for defamation, inciting ethnic hatred and religious blasphemy against Islam.

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October 16, 2012

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